Single-segment speed run of Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures, done on February 4 2007. Available in five versions: low/normal quality DivX, and normal/high/low quality H.264 MPEG-4. Author's comments: * Single-Segment * No deaths * No programming error abuse * A SNES and VCR were used to record this run. I captured it by myself buy many thanks to Nate for doing the encoding/post-processing for me. I bet a lot of people never thought this game would ever be speedran. What's difficult and sometimes... Topics: Pac-Man, Single-segment, Super Nintendo
video from the c64 version of "Pac-Man" more Infos to this title by Lemon64.com More Infos about this videoproject at our homepage ( 1 reviews ) Topics: c64, commodore, 64, pac, man, pac-man, gamevideo, archive
The games that enjoy breakout success are typically built on a wide range of key factors. Developers of a hit game may focus on as many as ten fundamental features, but once they release the title, gamers naturally find a deeper appeal through the process of playing through the game. While progressing through the title, the gamer experiences an increasing level of enjoyment, the most critical fundamental factor of game design. Based on his experiences creating groundbreaking hits like Pac-Man... Topics: Pac-Man, game design, Toru Iwatani, GDC, 2004
GBA Ms. Pac-man in 06:26.4 by Samoht This is a tool-assisted speedrun, made on an emulator, using frame-by-frame shooting, savestates, and rerecords to overcome reaction time and human error. As such, it is purely a form of entertainment, and is not designed to show skill. Visit the submission page: http://tasvideos.org/1939S.html Topics: TAS, tool-assisted speedrun, Ms. Pac-man, Samoht
Welcome to my History of Video Games where I try to tell the story from its beginnings through to the present day and the future. On reading video game histories I have always been frustrated by many of the systems I and my friends grew up with in the UK not being mentioned or at best being only given a foot note. The reason is of course many of these publications are American in origin and so of course over there these systems were little known about. Also a lot of these books didn't cover... Topics: DSK, Reto, Game, History, Sega, Nintendo, Atari, Amiga, C64, Spectrum, GTA, Game, Gaming, Pac
This United Games footage of E3 2004, setup in chapter form, covers several parts of the culture of E3, and many games being shown that year with comments on the stages, videos and demos available, as well as complaints of lacking free stuff and innovation. See the segments section for details for each chapter. E3 2004 features the Nintendo DS and PlayStation Portable (PSP) prototypes, as well as the existing Xbox, Playstation and Gamecube games of the year - the last year to heavily feature... Topics: E3, E3 2004, United Games, Andrew Mehta, Chaz O'Kell, Sony, Nintendo, Microsoft, PlayStation 2,...